New shooters have asked me "What gun should I buy?"
My response up to now has been "What do you want it for?" They usually mean a pistol for self defense, then I say "Try a lot of guns. I can help you with a sample of different types. Pick a gun that shoots well for you and fits your fist and budget and what not."
I'm not going to do that anymore. Now I'm going to say "First get an AR, then a pistol that takes a magazine that holds more than 10 rounds. Spend lots of money on these two. Guns politicians want to confiscate from you. Then we'll talk about your third purchase..."
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Dry Fire Options? Look at iDryFire - [image: 250]Following up with my earlier post about ITS Tactical’s article on dry firing, we were sent a link to a website that specializes in dry firing...
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